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Lexical interference effects in sentence processing: Evidence from the visual world paradigm and self-organizing models
(American Psychological Association, 2014-03)
Psycholinguistic research spanning a number of decades has produced diverging results with regard to the nature of constraint integration in online sentence processing. For example, evidence that language users anticipatorily ...
Low working memory capacity is only spuriously related to poor reading comprehension
Accounts of comprehension failure, whether in the case of readers with poor skill or when syntactic complexity is high, have overwhelmingly implicated working memory capacity as the key causal factor. However, extant ...
Knowing what, where, and when: Event comprehension in language processing
We investigated the retrieval of location information, and the deployment of attention to these locations, following (described) event-related location changes. In two visual world experiments, listeners viewed arrays with ...